- Publication date
- Public Domain
- Excelsior Pictures, Puritan Pictures
With the inadvertent aid of Brent's daughter Natalie (Claudia Dell), Tim discovers Brent and the details of the recent plane crashes. But even when victory is within reach, anything can, and since this is a classic western, it will happen...
[Synopsis by uniQ.]
[Note from uniQ: This file is probably the epitome of all bad science plot films from the 20s and 30s up to the 50s. It's (probably) the grandaddy of films that have 'evil computer hackers' that can turn your lights on and off in them these days. Not real science, but plot-exploitable, potentially panic-inducing science.]
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Tim McCoy .... FBI Tim Coverly
Claudia Dell .... Natalie Brent
Walter Miller .... Dawson
Wheeler Oakman .... Kincaid
James P. Burtis .... Henry Brownlee
Lloyd Ingraham .... Prof. Jonthan Brent
Dick Curtis .... Henchie Charlie
- 2004-03-23 17:14:50
- Closed captioning
- Sam Newfield
- Run time
Subject: Tim McCoy - Always Reliable
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The independence of the female lead is good to see in a low-budget pic. Leads wear great duds. And I don't agree that it's the worst of the pseudoscience genre. I'm not even sure "Murder By Television" is and that's a lot worse.
Subject: The Real McCoy!
Subject: A Good Movie
Why is it that the daughter who is looking for her dad always looks like fruit of the godÂs??? Here she is with a skirt, blouse and matching jacket with high heels and a footinÂ it all over the country side? WhereÂd the ugly daughterÂs go? Can you imagine that all the felonÂs could think of doinÂ with her is lockinÂ her in a closet? Sheesh, wellÂ after they get out of prison IÂd hate to think of what theyÂd do with a sweet thang like that. High heelÂs, wow and she never complained about her feet either.
The story, plot and production were better than that of most ÂBÂ movies. This show is really entertaining and too, it will keep you in suspense. I love that word, suspense. It surely fits in a lot of places.
Subject: But where is the Frankenstein monster?
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